Rev Colomb Anestesiol. E-mail address: jagiraldor hptu. A systematic search was conducted in the following databases: Pubmed, Medline, SciELO, and Lilacs using the keywords ultrasonography, trauma, hemoperitoneum, and abdominal injury. The main purpose of this review was to provide clear objectives and concepts on how to perform the FAST and FAST extended examinations properly, emphasizing the techniques that should be used and the appropriate ultrasonography windows. Photographs taken by the authors are included.
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Focused assessment with sonography for trauma
Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma FAST scan is a point-of-care ultrasound examination performed at the time of presentation of a trauma patient. It is invariably performed by a clinician, who should be formally trained, and is considered as an 'extension' of the trauma clinical assessment process, to aid rapid decision making. Some studies have shown no significant difference in diagnostic accuracy between radiologists and non-radiologists 6. Solid organ injury is seldom identified, and when present may warrant further investigation. Many papers have been published detailing the pros and cons of this investigation 1,2.
Frequency of positive patients to eco-fast and later CT in major abdominal trauma: our experience
Focused assessment with sonography in trauma commonly abbreviated as FAST is a rapid bedside ultrasound examination performed by surgeons, emergency physicians, and certain paramedics as a screening test for blood around the heart pericardial effusion or abdominal organs hemoperitoneum after trauma. The four classic areas that are examined for free fluid are the perihepatic space including Morison's pouch or the hepatorenal recess , peri splenic space, pericardium , and the pelvis. With this technique it is possible to identify the presence of intraperitoneal or pericardial free fluid. In the context of traumatic injury, this fluid will usually be due to bleeding. The exam allows for visualization of the echogenic tissue, ribs, and lung tissue.